About this event There is never enough time, is there, to really get into the language and concepts that are floated around in regard to Climate and Race Justice? The aim of these deepening sessions is to allow us time to do just that: to explore the language as it is used and by whomContinue reading “What is progress?”
EDIT: these intakes are now open to people from across the north of England! Since all of the course places we announced on Tuesday have already sold out, we are announcing two further northern England intakes beginning the 1st and 27th of September. We expect to be able to offer greater accessibility options on our late September intake,Continue reading “More dates announced for Unlearning Racism”
Earlier this month, the much anticipated Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill was published by the Home Office
This year we, at the Racial Justice Network, are celebrating our 5th anniversary as a charity! We thought this would be a great opportunity to recollect and reflect back on what the 5 years have been in 5 minutes.
Hate crime has become a growing public concern in recent times. Since the EU Referendum in 2016 we’ve seen a spike in recorded hate crime incidents.
Showing solidarity through social media, and providing much needed donations to relief funds, is important work. It provides visibility to injustice and responds to the needs of the immediate situation. But as white people we cannot stop here. Reacting to injustice when it arises is no stand-in for making anti-racism a daily, life-long practice.